The U.S. officially entered World War II in December 1941, with 16 million
Americans serving in the US Military during the war. With most of what is known as the “Greatest Generation”
now in their
80s and 90s, there are now approximately 1.5 million Americans alive who served in WWII.
An interesting piece of history, WWII military records offer a glimpse into the lives of anyone who served to help you envision the
details of your family tree and genealogy background. Were they married at the time of their service? Did they already
have children? How old were they when they enlisted? This information tells a piece of history relevant to your ancestry
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